Knitting Goodies from England

So while I was in England, I had to indulge my inner knitter and purchase some yarn to take home with me. Especially since I didn’t take a project with me.

Miles Apart, Amesbury, England

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Wendy MOAE

Color: 212

50% Merino, 50% Acrylic

Weight: Chunky

Approx. 140 m or 153 yards

Clearance Find! I’ll probably turn this once into Squares for the Pieces afghan.

Franklin, Salisbury, England

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Peter Pan Cupcake

Color: 833

50% nylon, 50% acrylic

Weight: 50 grams

More clearance yarn! I bought 3 balls of this yarn. I’ll probably knit it into a light cowl.

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Prym by Knit Pro Interchangable Needles

6 mm or US 10

Husband thought they looked cool, which is code for “get them.”

Wool, Bath, England

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Adriafil, Made in Italy

Color: 53              Lot: 172

55% wool, 45% acrylic

Weight: 50 grams

Another clearance find! This one is definitely becoming Squares.

A Yarn Story, Bath, England

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Hedgehog Fibres Hand-Dyed Yarns, Made in Ireland

Color: Boombox

100% superwash merino wool

Weight: Aran

I specifically was seeking this brand out!

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Knit Pro needle cable 50 cm

Prym by Knit Pro needle cable 60 cm

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Notions Bag

Design: Double-Pointed Needles (DPN)

Draw-string

I Knit London, London, England

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I Knit or Dye Killing Me Softly

Color: Starman

100% British Bluefaced Leicester

Weight: Aran, 100 grams

166 m

We literally played real-life Frogger to get to this store. Also, I couldn’t tell you why I was drawn to this yarn, because I never even looked at the colorway until I bought it. Starman. David Bowie. The universe was sending me a sign!

© Cori Large 13-24 October 2016

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3 Responses to Knitting Goodies from England

  1. Candy says:

    Hope you will be making something special for yourself out of this great looking yarn you picked up in England.

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